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...scientists are cranking up the proton beams to energy levels 162 per cent higher than when the Higgs boson was found.

Funding secured for Grampians' Peak Trail tourist development, Stawell dark matter lab The Federal Government has announced two big projects...

...the Future Fellowship scheme. He is affiliated with the ARC Centre of Excellence for Particle Physics and the Terascale and is the recipient...

...t think we understand how big it could be yet, he said. The Centre of Excellence for Particle Physics has got a 10-year plan and within that...

...measuring very tiny signals that might come from dark matter. Professor Geoffrey Taylor, a physicist from the University of Melbourne, said the...

CoEPP News & Events

Particle Fever
Fri, 21 Aug 2015 6.00 PM

A free screening of Particle Fever at Monash University during National Science Week

Melbourne-based Phillip Urquijo is the Physics Coordinator of the Belle II experiment - based at the KEK laboratory in Japan - where he leads an international team of 600 physicists.

Australian made three-part documentary series Uranium – Twisting the Dragon’s Tail tells the incredible story of the rock that shaped the modern world.

Particle Fever
Thu, 20 Aug 2015 6.00 PM

A free screening of Particle Fever at University of Sydney during National Science Week

Professor Elisabetta Barberio

The Stawell Underground Physics Laboratory (SUPL) received yet another boost with the award of \$1.18 million through the Australian Research Council’s (ARC) Linkage Projects scheme. 252 research projects were awarded a total of \$86.9 million dollars under the scheme.



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